ⓘ Sheffield, Massachusetts
Sheffield is a town in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United States. It is part of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 3.257 at the 2010 census. Sheffield is home to Berkshire School, a private preparatory school. The former resort town includes the village of Ashley Falls, and is bordered by various other towns and villages, such as Egremont and Great Barrington.
- of resolves approved by the Town of Sheffield Massachusetts on January 12, 1773 and printed in The Massachusetts Spy, Or, Thomas s Boston Journal on
- Ashley House is a historic house museum at 117 Cooper Hill Road in Sheffield Massachusetts Built in 1735 by a prominent local leader, it is one of the oldest
- The Sheffield Center Historic District encompasses the historic village center of Sheffield Massachusetts The village extends linearly along United States
- The Sheffield Plain Historic District encompassing the original 18th - century village center of Sheffield Massachusetts The linear district extends southward
- Bridge, also known as the Upper Sheffield Covered Bridge, is a covered bridge on Covered Bridge Lane in Sheffield Massachusetts It is a replica of an 1837
- May 26, 1815 was a U.S. Representative from Sheffield Massachusetts Born in Sheffield Massachusetts Dewey attended Yale College. He studied law.
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- the extension of Connecticut Route 41 into Massachusetts It begins at the Connecticut state line in Sheffield and ends at U.S. Route 20 in Pittsfield.
- Vermont. In Massachusetts the route extends for 54 miles 87 km through western Berkshire County. US 7 enters Massachusetts in the town of Sheffield and remains
- The House at 30 Sheffield Road is one of the more creative early 20th century Craftsman style houses in Wakefield, Massachusetts The 1.5 story house was